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The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society’s Dare to Dream project helps pediatric cancer patients like Cayden, who received CAR-T therapy.
An interview with University of Colorado Cancer Center’s Robert Casey, who leads the Wellness Program at Children’s Hospital Colorado.
“I envision LLS continuing to be a leading innovator, driving change that impacts all cancer care,” says E. Anders Kolb, MD.
Expanded psychotherapy program helps pediatric patients and their families navigate complex treatments for cancer and blood disorders.
“This excellent [NCCN patient] guide clearly and calmly covers every aspect of pediatric Hodgkin lymphoma.”
Meet Cameron Ford. At 12, she was diagnosed with multiple myeloma. She’s now 27 and cancer-free. Here, she shares advice for survivors.
Loui J. DeGennaro, PhD, served 18 years at LLS, a nonprofit funder of blood cancer research and clinical trials.
Lawmakers were asked to support the NIH Clinical Trials Diversity Act and kids’ access to cancer care.
The Damon Runyon–St. Jude Pediatric Cancer Research Fellowship will fund up to 25 fellowships over eight years, a $9 million investment.
An expert hopes to use gathered data to establish guidelines for how best to sample lymph nodes during surgery for pediatric kidney cancer.
CU Cancer Center member Adam Green, MD, covers the symptoms, diagnosis, and treatment of pediatric brain tumors.
Research reinforces recommendations from the American Cancer Society and American Academy of Pediatrics to start HPV vaccines at a young age
Read the first day message from E. Anders Kolb, MD, the new president and CEO of The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS).
University of Colorado’s Adam Green, MD, aims to use research findings to help address disparities in childhood cancers.
Some childhood cancer survivors develop heart problems later in life, due in part to the chemo that helped save them. Zinecard can help.
We need to get targeted drugs to childhood cancer patients more quickly. Here’s a proven way to speed up the treatment pipeline.
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